Vivo V7+ offers a FullVision Display, 24MP selfie camera on a budget

Vivo V7+ Front

Vivo’s hopping on the bezel-less handset trend with the new V7+, another selfie-focused smartphone from its ever-growing stable. The phone is now up for pre-orders and is set to hit availability on September 15.

The V7+’ 5.99-inch FullView Display is its most eye-catching aspect, boasting of a 18:9 aspect ratio, a screen-to-body ratio of 84.4%, minuscule 2.15mm bezels on the sides, and a layer of Gorilla Glass 3. However, it outputs visuals in a 720p resolution which is pretty low given the size of the screen.

Perhaps it was a necessary sacrifice considering the Vivo phone’s Rs 21990 price tag. Micromax took the same approach with the Rs 9999 Canvas Infinity, equipping it with a 5.7-inch HD panel. You’ll have to look to the Rs 14990 LG Q6 if you want a 5.5-inch FullVision display at a resolution of 2160 x 1080p within the mid-range market sector.

Vivo V7+ Back

As for photography, the V7+ goes above and beyond its competitors by blessing its device with a 24MP selfie camera. The lens is accompanied by version 7.0 of the company’s Face Beauty algorithm, a Portrait Mode to highlight your face and blur out the background, and Selfie Softlight to illuminate snaps taken in the dark.

Vivo V7+ specifications at a glance:

– OS: Android 7.1 Nougat-based Funtouch OS 3.2
– Display: 5.99-inch IPS, 1440 x 720 pixels
– Memory: 64GB, expandable up to 256GB
– RAM: 4GB
– CPU: octa-core Snapdragon 450
– Battery: 3225mAh
– Camera: 16MP rear, 24MP front
– Size: 155.87 x 75.74 x 7.7mm
– Weight: 160g
– Connectivity: dual-SIM, 4G, Bluetooth 4.2, GLONASS, GPS, Wi-Fi, microUSB 2.0

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The rear shooter is of the 16MP type, furnished with an aperture of f/2.0, PDAF, and the ability to combine 4 frames into one 64MP Ultra HD image. You can pre-book the Vivo V7+ via Flipkart and Amazon India till September 14.

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